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Funeral Prose Poetry Poems

These Funeral Prose Poetry poems are examples of Prose Poetry poems about Funeral. These are the best examples of Prose Poetry Funeral poems written by international poets.


Upon the Death of My Brother
At the end of this past night's dream, I came around the corner and saw into the kitchen, where Wilum was doing the dishes. I...

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Categories: brother, death, funeral, grief,



Another
Another


     Another one is gone. A friend, family, a piece of my life and the fabric of the world; gone to...

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Categories: addiction, death, life, loss,

When You Know
When your boss calls you aside and asks
why you are smiling all the time
on the salary he gives you,
you know
he suspects you of raiding the...

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Categories: funeral, granddaughter, humor,

Summer Season On A Time Clock
Every dawn I yawn quiet, florescence I inhibit softly
A clear image I peep, nature settles calmly
Her intentions are infectious like a blossomed flower
Reminds me of...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, bereavement, death,

Premium Member Someone To Love-part 3
...cont

As is the case with all of life's special moments
this one had to end when she again became weak.
We strolled the beach one last time
our...

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Categories: loss, love, love hurts,

Bad Character
Bristling, brazen bodily harm
Beat the diggings, darn his composure
Stalwart, states so smug, self satisfied
His wounded victim flees
Those with soul and feelings flee
His epitaphs burn deep
Like...

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Categories: political,

Premium Member Inspiration From Marlee Bee
Inspiration comes disguised in a variety of ways.  News stories. Flash floods. A crying child in a grocery store.  A person sitting along...

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Categories: inspiration, inspirational,



Premium Member Nightingale - Part III
...cont

She flew back to her nest that she so carefully tended and loved,
the angel close behind her.
“Why do you stay,” he said angrily.
“I have given...

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Categories: fantasy,

A Poem is Not
A Poem is Not

a lifeline to grab 
when your foot slips
near the summit
and the heavens suddenly lurch and loom;

nor a salve for knifing rib pain
when...

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Categories: poetry,

Swim
If you say I'm drowning
and I think you are drowning,
we cannot save each other.
Stop fearing death and swim.

On the flip side
of religion's coin
The preacher and...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: religion,

ANNABELLE
                        ...

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Categories: allegory, poetry,

Passing On
When I shall pass on to the heaven's above my ashes can be placed beneath a maple tree. When you pour the syrup you can...

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© Tom Cook  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, heaven, spiritual, spring,

THE GREATEST AFFLICTION
Addictions, restrictions, afflictions, decisions,
A needle, a bottle, step down hard on that throttle!
Disaster, no more laughter, destruction for years after.
Placate, eradicate, fornicate, masturbate,
Addiction.  Restriction....

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Categories: addiction, body, corruption, health,

Good Will
...A boy once blanketed this yonder mountain pass. He watched its shape changed by man's ever passing byes. His held onto true beliefs faded along...

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Categories: deep, trust,

Warrior Wombs
Warrior Wombs
(for Sandy and the loss of our first grandson)
By Joyce Teed
2/8/17

Warrior Wombs
Every woman
Has an untold story
A secret
Untold
Or unseen
Her story
Includes
Silent sorrows
Wounds with no words
Winding through...

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© Joyce Teed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abortion, heartbreak, loss, mother,

THE BOSS
You were there for me...

After the birth of my child
When I needed time
To marvel, and rest, and adjust.

I appreciated the flowers, 
And condolences...
On the passing...

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Categories: appreciation, black african american,

The Definition of Insanity
This poem was too long to submit without premium membership, so I have submitted it in two parts, but it is meant to be read...

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Categories: abuse, allusion, betrayal, freedom,

Deflected reflections
Deflected reflections


The funeral long passed but the pain as fresh as any wound
I read through neglected Mass cards congealed in my fear 
Relations, acquaintances, neighbours,...

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Categories: bereavement, death, family, hope,

Body meet Avalanche
I was a prophet, wrapped in my mothers arms
brightest eyes that saw a darkened world
my brother was the halo figure, a golden arm for slingshots
a...

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© K.M North  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, age, brother, childhood,

Fragility of Wealth
Fragility of Wealth
                    by Odin Roark

He...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: life,


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